[Jingle] Which client has already implemented Jingle

badi at yambi.com badi at yambi.com
Wed Jul 9 10:53:36 CDT 2008

Hi Paul,

We have decided to put SPeex on ice for now and go ahead with PCMU. I have added you to my roster. My temp JID is billbadi at jabber.com. Whenever you are ready, please accept my invitation so that we can try Jingle.

-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Witty [mailto:paulrw at codian.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 9, 2008 11:09 AM
To: 'Discussion about the XMPP Jingle extensions'
Subject: Re: [Jingle] Which client has already implemented Jingle

Paul Witty wrote:> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:>> badi at yambi.com wrote:>>> I would like to know which other client a part from Spark has >>> already implemented Jingle (stantard)? We are busy testing Jingle in >>> our own client and would like to test the interoperability with others>>>> There is support in Psi [1], but it's in SVN only and under heavy >> development so YMMV. The same is true of Gajim [2], I think. You >> might also look at Farsight. [3] There is support in some other >> clients but they are not open-source AFAIK. Perhaps others know more...>>> I did have an implementation of Jingle which was compliant with the > XEPs at the time. Then the specifications moved on and left me > behind. But I'm currently working on moving back into line, and hope > to have a box I can put online later this week. Afraid it's one of > http://www.codian.com/products/ipgw3500.htm, which means that the > implementation is closed source, and not exactly available for people > to play with in the comfort of their own offices, but should be good > for some interoperability testing for implementations of XEPs 0166, > 0167, 0176, 0177 & 0181.>As promised, now available at paulipgw2 at jabber.codian.com, which should automatically accept roster add requests. Upon connecting, it should give a menu including a video with sound, and clients with DTMF support can press 1 to attempt to speak to me. I currently have support for G.711u and G.711a for audio, and H.261/H.263 for video, with various other audio/video codecs (not including Speex/Theora though) available with a bit of work on request. Both raw UDP and ICE are supported, with the box sitting on a public IP address for raw UDP. ICE is largely untested.-- Paul
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